Stone ships: continuity and change in Scandinavian prehistory

@article{Skoglund2008StoneSC,
  title={Stone ships: continuity and change in Scandinavian prehistory},
  author={P. Skoglund},
  journal={World Archaeology},
  year={2008},
  volume={40},
  pages={390 - 406}
}
Abstract The focus of this article is the tradition of building stone-ship burials in Scandinavia during prehistory. This tradition is found to different degrees at different times in various regions in Scandinavia during the Bronze Age and the Iron Age (1700 bc–ad 1000). In this article I use the example of Scandinavian ship symbolism during the Bronze Age and the Iron Age to argue that the leapwise and hesitant spread of the tradition of burying people in stone ships in Scandinavian… Expand
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